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the term "active defense." they're taking that continental interior looking at the view and applying it that sea to protect themselves but also i think to secure the communications for the energy flow into asia along the sea lions. as long as it is done in a constructive laway. then that is good. the contrary is not. the question from indian ocean. and it does not take well to the construction of water, which is a religious standpoint it in massive an infrastructure. i think it draws attention not just to what india thinks of it, but water is at the heart not only of the world's most dangerous or son, but also the world's most dangerous civil war zone. while we're discussing many things, we're underestimating the potential of have it within pakistan upon many of these new infrastructures that have been developed in china. it is certainly far more concerned about [indiscernible] then east to be five years ago. they have been attacked in that region. karachi is self, attacks within karachi, the pakistani forces have not been able to contain them. they just forget about them without inv
. the secretary of defense you had a hoosier in the secretary of defense. i do see duke lugar here. you think that he will cross the aisle, the president will go for a republican secretary of defense? >> he could go for olympia snow, who was on the intelligence committee. you could put snow over at defense. i think john kerry has a strong case to make for defense. putting a republican, it works with bob gates it could work again. >> william cohen too. >> absolutely. >> bob kerry for you joe tell me about bob kerry. he lost in the senate race. they owe him a favor? >> they owe him big time. if indiana is going to be the bread basket of the cabinet members, i say let's go outside that particular box. bob kerry of nebraska, war veteran, knows what it's like to be in combat, kind of an innovative thinker president of the new school in new york, very creative outside the box kind of guy to the point you don't know exactly what he's going to say. what's not to like about a wacky secretary of defense. he could be somebody who is -- he is a serious ideas guy someone congress can respect because they
it again. the defense department's five biggest contractors have been raising cash holdings by a whopping 70% in the last quarter. should they be this worried? we're going to speak with a couple of defense analysts in the back half of the program. >> also, do house speaker john boehner's constituents think he's doing enough to avert the looming crisis? we're going to hear from chief washington correspondent john harwood who is just back from a trip from his home state of ohio. >>> up next, though, fallout from last week's autonomy mess mounteding. hewlett-packard's ceo and former hp head all sued by a shareholder for alleged fraud. it's getting ugly out there. we're going to speak with a lawyer gearing up to represent other hp plaintiffs when we come back. [ male announcer ] if you suffer from heartburn 2 or more days a week, why use temporary treatments when you can prevent the acid that's causing it with prevacid24hr. with one pill prevacid24hr works at the source to prevent the acid that causes frequent heartburn all day and all night. and with new prevacid24hr perks, you can earn rewa
just behind event at 10.4%. now for people who don't understand, you guys get a lot of defense contracts because of general dynamics, lockheed martin working out of a state of long island. how many jobs would you lose if the sequestration hit and the cuts come in for defense? >> to be devastating on all levels. not only defense, especially in ourrstate, but all across all sectors would be devastating. how much more we can do, it is unfathomable at this point. they would have to address the fiscal cliff. just urging washington to do the right thing whether it is simpson-bowles, john boehner and harry reid, everybody getting together. let's get on with it. liz: you got back from my plays were trying to lure jobs from a software company, any luck on that front? >> to have a strong presence in rhode island which they acquired in long island and we want them to stay and grow me very productive meeting face-to-face with the ceo of. that is always a good idea to have a face-to-face meeting. liz: i know we have to go, but quick question, are you preparing two separate budgets for the i
is essentially acting in self-defense. >> self-defense, which would be true if he were the president of nicaragua. but as president of the united states of america, president reagan even after the huge victory could not convince the united states of america that waging war in nicaragua would actually be self-defense. it would be in our self-interest. so president reagan when he couldn't persuade the country, instead he would wage the war in secret. that secret war in central america led to the huge second term failure of the ronald reagan presidency, which was the iran contra affair. it's amazing that in that scandal he avoided impeachment. 14 administration officials up to and including the defense secretary were indicted. the only reason most of them staid out of prison is because poppy bush pardoned them. it was a disaster. that was ronald reagan's second term after he got reelected with a map that looked like this. when fdr got reelected to his second term, the map was almost the exact opposite. this was 1936. fdr did better than reagan. he got 523 electoral votes. his opponent got 8 electora
're not getting the an-wers. >> greta: all right. why don't you just summon secretary of defense panetta to a committee hearing? >> we're getting to the verge of that. darrell issa has been exceptionally patient, but we're getting to the point where we'll issue subpoenas. it's obvious they won't give us the answers we deserve to have. >> greta: what's the justification for being patient? four americans were murdered. and there have been -- stories have been put out there that simply are not believable, the one being the video which is not believable, the administration admits is not believable. it's been four months since four americans were murdered. i don't understand the patience just to get the straightnswer. >> believe me, the last thing i want to do is talk to greta van sustern on fox news and talk about. we should have been demanding these answers right at the get-go. but the president would speak to the face, if there's new information, we provide it willingly to the congress. that's not happened. the state department had the gal to photocopy some pages from the internet and pres
. this is about defense cuts, discretionary spending, and it's about tax cuts. only if the democrats agree to bring in the programs for the elderly and poor and middle class would they become part of the discussion. and there's a strong faction among democrats who are saying do not do that. you know, social security is not part of this problem. so it should not be part of the discussion. harry reid, in fact, has been extremely firm on that. he said i will not be part of discussions that include social security as part of this bargain. so if they stick to that, then they won't be. >> yeah, there's so many moving pieces. susan, today, the president's going to meet with small business owners. friday he's going to montgomery, pennsylvania, to visit a small business that will be impacted. very campaign like stuff. what's he trying to do here? >> yeah, who is he not meeting with this week? that would be congressional -- that would be members of congress, especially those house republicans would be the critical partners on this. so he's trying to take a very different approach than he took in the
president. >> brian: joining us is the navy commander from the office of secretary of defense under george bush. he is jd gordon. is it up to the president to get more involved to tell morsi to stop with the absolute monarch thing. >> i think the president should stand up to the muslim brotherhood and say we will not send aid dollars to egypt. morsi put himself [pwao-fr] the courts and law. it is one dick traitorship replaced by another. we need to get tough on egypt. >> steve: when the arab spring first started people were optmistic and it is not turning out the way we hoped it would. >> no, in 2010 the survey poll in egypt found that 17 percent of the egyptians were favorable to the united states and 24 percent favorable to al-qaida and 60 percent to the islamic brotherhood. if you had general elections and threw out mubarack you would get the muslim brotherhood in charge. >> brian: are you encouraged that the people would egypt decided they would not stand with him. >> this is an encouraging sign. i jipt has mod rate secular parties. we should support them. that's the only way to have c
demonstrate a willingness to pay for our national defense, rather than put it on the credit bar? mr. speaker, let's get on with the big national debate and finally focus on jobs and getting the economy going as we reduce our long-term deficit. thank you, mr. speaker. with that, i reserve the balance of my time. >> the jaume and from wisconsin. -- the gentleman from wisconsin. the gentleman from wisconsin reserves the balance of this time. the gentleman from maryland. >> i yield one minute to the gentle lady from wisconsin. >> thank you so much for yielding. so many of my colleagues have said that it was necessary to storm the white house and take the country hostage in the name of their grandchildren. i wanted to go on record talking about what i want from my grandchildren. i want head starts for my grandchildren. i want to early childhood education. i want my kids to go to a school where they can participate in the science fair. i want immunizations for them. i want research done for food safety to make sure this chicken nuggets are safe. i want clean air and clean water for them. i want jo
with the brutality of the regime, they have to engage in what they call self-defense calling for a no-fly zone, and so the latest slogans in the demonstrations in syria started asking for international intervention. it was around this time that the syria national council was formed, whose mandate was to actually bring help to defend the civilians who were protesting. the reasons -- the main reason the syria did not want to back up has to do what happened to them in the 80s when the syrian regime brutally recrushedded that rebellion centered in the city of hamas and killed, according to the claims of the regimes, 38,000 people in a 27-day campaign in the months of february in 1982. the people felt if they back off, they would be punished because in the 80s, after 82, the next following years, they punishedded them collectively, about 80,000 forcibly disappeared people whose files are still not closed, and thousands and thousands of prisoners of conscious. the syrians felt they have to continue at any cost. when help doesn't come, the idea of defense formed in the movement itself, and so those s
leaders saying? >>reporter: most defense officials assume there will be one more fighting season next year in afghanistan going in the spring and going through next fall. general allen the top u.s. commander in afghanistan reportedly wants to keep 60,000 troops through the fighting season, most of the troops who are already there. there are indications that he will recommend that the united states also keep 0,000 troops after 2014 including 1,000 special operators to keep a lid on things. this is how defense secretary panetta recently described his vision. >> afghans will be in the lead throughout the country on security until 2013 and africans will take full responsibility for security by the end of 2014. >>reporter: the final decision is up to president obama and defense secretary panetta will speak with general allen about what they will recommend to the president. >>shepard: after that, we have to know what the afghans want, right? >>reporter: that is right. a key point is that the state department has just started negotiating status of forces agreement, what we remember as the sofa ag
harrigan live this tuesday morning in cairo. surprise move the israeli defense minister ehud barak announced is he quitting politics all together. this comes after he led that 8 day military offensive against hamas which ended last week in what is a fragile cease-fire. he is 70 years old now. and says he will stay on until a new government is sworn in after the elections. national elections in january. ehud barak is israel's most decorated soldier. he also served as prime minister. barak has been moderating influence with the united states and powers. his decision to quit politics comes at a time of uncertainty with israel. he has clashed publicly with the prime minister there benjamin netanyahu how to handle the threat from iran's nuclear program. folks at the macy's thanksgiving day parade spotted something strange. turns out some of the confetti was actually secret police files. coming up, how social security numbers and info on undercover cops and even governor mitt romney's motorcade ended unraining down ended up raining down on the crowds. second time in just days that a bird
critics. her day one defense of her response in the benghazi attack and fence mending efforts to put it bluntly didn't go so well. >> we are significantly troubled by many of the answers that we got and some that we didn't get. bottom line, i'm more disturbed now than i was before. >> i want to say that i'm more troubled today. >> i'm told the meeting itself didn't go as badly as it sounded there. that said graham compared rice to john bolton who democrats blocked after bush nominated him to be u.n. ambassador. remember, he ended up being a recess appointment. asked by defense news whether he'll put a hold on rice's nomination if she is appointed graham said, quote, oh, absolutely. i would place a hold on anybody who wanted to be promoted to any job who had a role in the benghazi situation. now rice clearly did not have the day the white house envisioned. the question is whether her outreach went so badly that it somehow scares the president and the white house and they decide it's not worth the heavy lift to nominate her. ultimately everyone believes rice is confirmable. the questio
would be going with some of your defensive type companies, what i'm talking about is astrazeneca, azn the symbol, a big drug company in the u.k. people are worried they are going to run out of product. we don't think so. that thing yields north of 5%, liz. liz: 6.15% for astrazeneca. you are just making a ton of income there. >> we think the dividend is well protected. secondly is glaxosmithkline, gsk, another u.k. drug company. we're sticking with defensive type stocks within europe. and we are down playing the financials. liz: glaxo which is off its highs versus astrazeneca which is around its highs? >> i think you might want to buy stocks that have eased off a little bit. any stock weakness that happens between now and year end, then we would accumulate. liz: you also talk about global gorillas. >> these companies with global footprints, brands, been in business for 150, 170 years. companies like procter & gamble 175 years old. you have got heinz ketchup, you have companies that have been -- they are found in your pantry and on our medicine cabinet. these are -- liz: coca-cola, all
to watch defense spending get gouged. [ scream ] >> stephanie: if republicans captain see their way toward additional revenues then we're better off going over the cliff and readdressing this with a better congress in january. >> it's the republicans holding the country hostage. >> they're saying it's more of a slope where the economic effects will be handled gradually. we're going to have a whole new congress. >> more democrats. >> we have the technology. we can make them better. >> stephanie: we built that. >> yes we did. we gave it a bionic eye apparently. >> stephanie: right. patty will have to move her hair to hear you. >> you said what now, mitt romney's plan? no. no. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: what kind of budget geeks, we just have that sound effect. >> it's come in handy more often than not. >> stephanie: i go like this and you do that. >> that was the bionic man effect. >> stephanie: hers is like ding-ding-ding, like sonar. [ dinging ] >> republicans would most likely bear the public blame if policy makers deadlock. only 29% would blame the president. it's very important that we
in the non-defense discretionary. the cost of security programs in that same time period has gone up 60%. the cost of mandatory programs is up 30%. i want to call your attention to one aspect progressives need to remind people. of the $1.50 trillion already in spending cuts, $900 billion comes from spending. we have given far more than when it comes to defense side. let's talk about those for a minute. the budget control act and sequestration would result in dramatic cuts to spending. we have heard a lot of talk about the impact it will have on our national defense. to believe that having ended one war in iraq and ending another in afghanistan that we cannot find savings in the pentagon, i do not think that is a fair assessment. there are savings to be had that will not compromise our national security. the simpson-bowles commission approach established in the outer years to lay the temptation to go back into the non-defense accounts when too much political pressure keeps you out of defense spending. i would hope any long-term agreement would improve that. on the non-defense side, i thi
by january 1st, a series of defense budget cuts will mean massive tax hikes reaching every american. we've seen democrats from the president on down using the so-called crisis to ram their left wing agenda down your throat. they want bigger taxes, bigger government. for example, take a look. >> if despite the dangers of going over the fiscal cliff and what that means for our economy, that there's too much stubbornness in congress, that we can't even agree on giving middle-class families a tax cut, then middle-class families are all going to end up having a big tax hike. that's going to be a pretty rude shock for them, and i suspect will have a big impact on the holiday shopping season, which in turn will have an impact on business planning and hiring, and we can go back into a recession. >> sean: republicans hate big beared and santa claus. don't buy this hype, such as letting the bush cuts expire, are not the answer to tackling this deficit. in fact, during the 2012 fiscal year the federal government cost $9.7 billion to run each and every day, but the additional revenue from letting t
know we can't afford to spend $690 billion on the defense, but there are smart ways and dumb ways to cut defense spending. for example, we still have bases all throughout western europe that there hasn't been a threat to western europe since 1989. >> beyond that, he didn't want to hurt the speaker's ability to craft a deal. >> i'm trying not to paint us in too many boxes where i paint john boehner in a box that tells him what to do. >> boehner himself didn't care to negotiate cuts on camera. >> again, we will have that conversation with the president. we don't need to have it here. >> there will be an opportunity to speak privately and perhaps look at real numbers when treasury secretary tim geithner comes up here to capitol hill to meet with the top four congressional leaders individually. bret? >> bret: mike, thanks. one item that may or may not be on the table, social security. republicans and democrats do not even agree on whether the program needs immediate reform. chief national correspondent jim angle looks at both sides. >> in an effort to keep the issue out of the fiscal
's not vince lombardi. and rex makes it sound like he's won five championships. rex, as a defensive assistant, that doesn't count as a championship ring. but sparano was a bad hire as offensive coordinator. he's an offensive line coach. he's not an offensive coordinator. obviously tebow has caused some distraction. and sanchez, some. >> some. >> some. it's too much. too much. >> sanchez is awful. >> it's going to be a tug-of-war between rex ryan and mike t tanenbaum playing out behind the scenes. >> i think woody would be afraid to fire those two. i think he's joined at the hip with tanenbaum. >> that was a public humiliation, the entire nation watching after thanksgiving dinner, everyone saw that. >> it's the funniest play of all time watching sanchez fumbling, runs into the offensive lineman. it's actually funny. >> it's a broken play. so he misreads the play after calling it in the huddle five seconds before. he gets confused. he runs into the posterior of a lineman. >> it's funny. >> falls down and fumbles the ball! >> the posterior of the lineman was thrown into him by vince wilfork. it'
cuts on the defense side they better be willing to give up on the tax side and have tax increases. i think they are perfectly willing as it stands now to take it off the cliff and let the taxes go into effect, because if the republicans won't give them what they want on a tax rate increase for top earners they think they will get them later once people are outraged that their taxes went up. megyn: but, to not offer any spending cuts, what would be the republican incentive to agree to raising taxes on the wealthy if they don't get anything in return? >> well, the incentive would be from the president's point of view, is that everybody's taxes will go up anyway and once you get to the other side then it's much less likely that you can get a deal done that does anything to protect those folks in the small business owners, or the folks in the lower end there, the $200,000 end of the spectrum. from the democrat's point of view once -- from these democrats points of view, once you've jumped the cliff and you're on the other side it's a question of what republicans will accept. now the repu
marriage and what does todd akin plan to do next? first, israeli defense minister barack announced he is quitting politics. he served as prime minister and said he will stay on the job until the january 22nd election but would then take time to concentrate on his personal life. there had been talk that if he continued in the coalition government he might succeed netanyahu. remember, in israel to be a prime minister, you have to have lost as prime minister once. back here at home, congresswoman shelly capito will announce she is running for the seat held by jay rockefeller. capito's bid could put pressure on rockefeller who is 75 years old. he has indicated so far that he does plan to run again in 2014. there's always been speculation, though, that he may decide to retire. it's a big issue for senate democrat in 2014. a lot of veteran senators up like rockefeller, tom harkin, baucus, guys there three, four, five terms. the u.s. supreme court will decide whether it should consider legalizing gay marriage nationwide. there are several cases they could hear, some challenging the federal d
conference he had last week or so where he gave a full-throated defense of her and said to both senators john mccain and lindsey graham, don't go after her. if you have an issue with someone, come after me. and so that's the clearest indication yet that susan rice is probably at the top of the nomination heap. >> indeed. jonathan capehart, lynn sweet, thank you both. >> thank you. >>> next, want to avoid holiday traffic, daily commutes, and offices altogether? run for congress. stay with us. with verizon. this monday online only. get the droid razr by motorola in cranberry, free. or a white 7-inch samsung galaxy tab 2, just $99.99. this holiday, get the best deals on the best devices on the best network. exclusively at verizon. >>> after a brief break for thanksgiving, the majority of americans made the trudge first back home and then back to work this morning, but this did not include our esteemed elected members of capitol hill. oh, no. with an urgent need to address the fiscal cliff, support our economic recovery and consider the unrest in the middle east, congress has the day off. in fact
. anyway, we're going to visit with former assistant secretary of defense byng west in 15 minutes to parse through it. for 15 years the federal gas tax has been 18.4 cents a gallon, good. some people now in industry groups, they want to raise it as part of the fiscal cliff negotiation. that is a bad idea. first of all, we don't need another tax, period. it's just going to slow down the economy and damage consumers. second of all, it shut should be a state and local decision, not a federal decision. this is so important. yeah, bridges need to be upgraded and so forth, but, again, this is no time to burden motorists with higher gasoline prices that have more than doubled in the last four years and no time to burden consumers with another tax burden. now, there's one man in washington who is a true leader in the fight against out-of-control spending. what does they think about where the fiscal cliff talks are going? can he possibly be happy with all this talk about revenues and nothing about making spending cuts? we welcome back senator tom coburn about to join us next up on "kudlow." >>> tom
carney was on the defense today. he pointed out as he had done yesterday that the president spoke on the phone with senate majority leader harry reid and john boehner over the weekend. and besides carney says, the president has to talk directly to the american people. >> it is vitally important that ordinary americans actively engage in this debate because the outcome of these negotiations and the hopeful product of these negotiations are the product that we hope emerges from these negotiations will profoundly affect their lives. >> so is the president, the missing ingredient to really nailing down a fiscal cliff deal? could he end the drama right now if he stayed put in washington and held a series of face-to-face meetings with reid, mcconnell, boehner, and pelosi instead of his planned meetings this week with small business owners, business leaders and middle class americans, not to mention a trip scheduled for friday to pennsylvania. a state he won by five points in the election, to sell american voters on a tax plan he has very loudly and clearly said he's already sold them on
point of view. a lot of defense cuts. >> the head of the conservative caucus, 60% of most conservative guys in the house, jim jordan said the only thing worst than the sequester would be not having the savings and you saw mitch mcconnell saying we aren't ending the sequester. people are drawing lines in the sand -- let's try to cut to it. >> it has to be on c-span only then would the president have to say and boehner would say your spending cuts are what? cbs and nbc hasn't done that. and he was wandering around and if you look at the savings in this budget, $800 billion for not occupying iraq. and he cuts that as part of the savings. he counts of the savings, then you can't have the situation where republicans get why don't you raise taxes all day and no focus. once the bill is written, it needs to be online so everybody can go on their computer and read it and guys in the press can read it and talk radio can read it and citizens read it, not just congressmen or lobbyists and this is aren't obamacare and then surprise to the american people. if you do those two things you won't get a
is going to keep business very cautious, very defensive and that's going to worry the equity market. >> it's interesting because it also comes against the landscape where we've seen chinese equities underperform, they reminded us very few of its member countries have great growth prospects going forward. that's probably wise. people are saying why is it that across the globe the u.s. fiscal cliff is such an issue. well, it's because sources of growth at this point are few and far between. >> that is the problem. where is growth going to come from. the one place that looked set for a reasonable 2013 was the u.s. economy. europe flat, china slower probably than this year. but a reasonable set of growth. if you put a 3.5%, 4% of gdp drag on that economy which was only growing at 2, 2.5, you're talking about throwing it into recession. that's why markets are taking heart this morning and equities remain nervous. >> the rhetoric, to avoid the fiscal cliff, taxes go up, dividend tax rates, personal tax rates, corporate tax rates go up, that that itself will cause economic weakness. what do you s
the income growth is out there. adding those guys helps us in defense issues and other things. we are not doing that now. >> republican support -- >> that may do it. >> so maybe to get it right an outward looking -- >> what would an american renewal agenda be comprised of? >> let's negotiate the first trade agreement in over four years. president obama is the first president not to negotiate a trade agreement. he got through -- >> he didn't negotiate south korea. >> those were negotiated -- >> they were negotiated by the previous administration but the bottom line is we have an opportunity right now in europe and asia to knock down barriers, tariffs and nontariff barriers. overwhelming support from the republican for the. i thing would've been tougher in the first of i understand politics, but this is a time to i think move on from that. the only point i would disagree with michael a little bit is we've got those problems that you just mentioned. europe and japan have been much worse than we, so we need to help our current largest trading partners it right by knocking down these b
the most defensive position for money of that dimension to inhabit. when we see a change, then we'll see difference ares in direction and flow of that capital but until then, this is a president and a congress, republican and democrat, that are risking everything through their lack of courage, their lack of principle, and lack of vision and responsibility. these people are playing out like they want to come away from this with a whole chapter and profiles in courage devoted to them. it is not going to happen. this is a profile in cowardice. this is profile in the lack of intellectual integrity and a absolute refusal to be straightforward with the american people. i mean we've got now the house going out to campaign with small business for their point of view. we have the president going out to talk about the wealthy. these are silly, sophomoric, political, pieces of political theater. lori: these are bipartisan frustrations. >> ttis schmidt even about partisanship or bipartisanship. this is incompetence, banality. and they all seem to want to cherish it. meanwhile the fourth estate is co
very expensive. these are stocks that have defensive characteristics, have done very well the last two or three years, but in general no, don't the dividend space is any more risk than the broader stock market because people will have a lot to worry about besides their dividends. we're looking at potentially economic recession. many of them have defensive characteristics. they do better in a slow economy even if you take into effect the tax rate is likely to go up. dagen: have a great holiday season. connell: this knight capital story, already confirming reports of charlie gasparino that it has a proposal that are, but now we have a new development, a competing offer. dagen: charlie gasparino, what do you know? >> the deal is likely to happen today. actively shopping the firm last night in an attempt to get the bid is higher than what was stated in the press. numerous reports about knight capital going for $700 million. it is what we know now is the other ajor player is now coming to the table, run by the former head of the nymex. here is what we know. sources tell the fox business ne
's caving. >> i think he did. i don't know if it was intensal. he went overboard. his defense was fine but it went into an area that didn't make sense. if he wants to set her up on the hill and put her under oath and answer every question this administration will not answer, go for it. >> he may nominate her and she ought to be filibuster. she misled the american people. she said she was an expert on north africa. either she knew what she was saying was wrong and knew al-qaeda was not designated because of a -- decimated because of a video or she took talking points and read them without investigating. >> chris: you're shaking your head. go ahead juan. >> that's so unfair. this lady was given intelligence material by the intelligence community. you can blame the intelligence community. there's no way you can blame susan rice and to suggest she's inqualified. she's a rhodes scholar. the ghazi thing is so politicized. time to end it. >> it's time to end this segment. >>> when we come back, the president and congressional leaders get back to work monday. will they come up with a way to av
to play defense on ryan's budget. instead, they were going to talk about the cuts to providers that president obama put in his budget. >> bill: the same cuts that paul ryan had put in his budget. >> paul ryan used in his baseline as well. yes, they were in paul ryan's budget as well. so for the president used those -- counted those cuts in cost savings for obama care so you know, that was the way the republicans went at this. they were going to make this an issue where they went on the attack. >> bill: so before we let you go, do you think we're going to go over the fiscal cliff or not? 35 days left. >> oh. i'm not in the predictions game. >> bill: what's your gut tell you? >> my gut tells me i think they work something out. >> bill: really? >> yeah. >> bill: keep hope alive. i'm not that hopeful. i've got my parachute on. i'm ready. rebecca kaplan, great to see you. thanks for coming in. nationaljournal.com where you can follow rebecca's work and work of other good friends at "national journal" including
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. the other thing we'll focus on is i think the defense department, for instance, tried to immediately to get help to our personnel on the ground in benghazi, but help was far away. it raises a question about whether the after can command of the u.s. military ought to have more assets and personnel nearby on the ground. the third part about what happened after every afterwards is obviously a real concern. i think particularly in fairness to ambassador rice, there ought to be the widest public airing of what led to her statements and others in the administration particularly obviously if she's going to be mom natured for secretary of state or some other high office. >> that's not an automatic no for you if she were to be nominated. >> no, because, first of all, i think she's had a distinguished career up until now, but secondly, i don't know -- i don't feel that i know exactly what she was told before she went on tv that sunday morning, and i think we ought to find out before we decide on whether she's a good or bad public servant. >> senator kyl used the term coverup, correct, in terms of, li
it was intentional and he went a little overboard. his defense of her was fine to a point and then it went into an area that wasn't -- didn't really make sense. and, i think that, put her under oath and have her answer questions, the administration will not ask or answer over benghazi, go for it. >> she went on the air and misled the american people and says she is an expert on north africa. and either she knew what she was saying, was wrong, and, people al qaeda, it was not because of the video or the alternative is she took talking points she was given and read them without questioning and either case are not the actions of somebody -- >> you are shaking your head and i'll give you the last word. go ahead, juan. >> it is so unfair. this lady was given intelligence materials, by the intelligence community and you can blame the intelligence community. there is no way you can blame susan rice and suggest that she is unqualified. a rhodes scholar, the woman is extraordinary. >> she's not qualified -- the benghazi -- >> so politicized. time to end this. >> chris: it is time to end this segmen
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nominee for executive-branch positions. but if that's what you want, that's the defense eye just read my talking points. that's the way she will be as secretary of state, too. >> maybe we should have written submissions and not have people go on television -- >> why have a secretary of state? why not have -- the libya arrest officer make the policy. >> the first question i would have asked is simply, how do you know that? why do you know that? especially in the face of something so bizarre, when it was so obvious eye think, not just with 20/20 hindsight. i think most people thought it was a terror attack. so if i were being briefed and someone said it was a video special a protest, i would say, how do you know that? it doesn't look that way to me. how do you know that? >> it's a question of what is served up is the alphaand the omega or whether that's the beginning of the discussion. i got into my fair share of trouble with the bureaucracy, this was the beginning of the conversation, not the end of the conversation. i want to know, why didn't hillary clinton go on the five morning talk s
positions. but if that's what you want, that's the defense, as i just read my talking points, that's the way she'll be as secretary of state, too. >> well, maybe we should have written submission to not have people go on television to explain these things. >> why have a secretary of state? why not just have the -- >> greta: the first question i would have asked, if someone was briefing me, how do you know that? >> exactly. >> greta: especially in the face of something so bizarre, it was so obvious. not just with 20/20 hindsight. most people thought it was a terrorist attack at first. if i was being briefed, someone told me it was a video, a protest, i would say, it didn't look like that to me, how do you know that? >> what's served up as the bureaucracy you take as the alpha and omega or it's the beginning of discussion. for me, i certainly got in my trouble with the burr recreation ibureaucracy, itwas the beginnie conversation, not the end of the conversation. there's other questions here. i still want to know, why didn't hillary clinton go on five morning talk shows? that question still ha
with the pentagon, providing energy to the u.s. military. >>> defense secretary leon panetta broke ground at a new educational center at the vietnam veterans memorial in washington. the center will it tells the stories of the 58,000 soldiers who died in the vietnam war. the center will honor fallen soldiers from the wars in iraq and afghanistan. >>> prince william and catherine middleton greeted by hundreds of fans as they arrived in cambridge. their first visit since being given their titles of duke and duchess of cambridge. they plan to tour the city and meet with cambridge university students during their visit. >>> senate majority leader harry reid says raising the debt limit has to be part of any package. john tester a members of the banking committee. newly re-elected. >> thanks, andrea. >> thanks very much for being with us. you're from one of the reddest of red states, you squeaked through. congratulations on that victory. what does it now bring you right into the middle of these negotiations and a tough vote. what are the people back home telling you? >> the people back home have been tel
for areas to enter in o short position on lockheed martin. >> defense stocks because of the fiscal cliff. >> yes, but once that gets solved, i think you have a huge rally in early 2013. then you're left with the real facts, that we're massively accumulating debt. interest rates are artificially low at 0%. >> and we've known that. >> and we're counterfeiting money like crazy. that is not the way to build an economy. i mean, come on. how sustainable is this economy? really? >> we got it. you're right. >> did i make my point clear? >> you never know what he's thinking. >> it's the phoney recovery. it's built on an adjustable rate mortgage. an interest rate shock. when it comes out, it's going to wipe out the solvency of this nation. >> that may be the case. everything you say may be right, but the bottom line is i want to know what the stock market is going to do as a result. the fed is printing money. they're going to print more. if you think there's going to be qe-4, why wouldn't the stock market go up? >> because blowing up the amount of base money isn't enough to get the monetary aggreg
the bed. stuart: a defense was charles payne gets grilled by john stewart on the daily show but after the break charles gets a chance to respond. stay right there. stuart: charles payne got roasted by john stuart on a daily show last night. >> it is a stretch, an amazing stretch to try to pin this on walmart. i can't think of the worst target. >> i believe that is walmart's slogan. think of the worst target. you were being callously dismissive of the working conditions in bangladesh to score points against american unions. charles: don't think the people in bangladesh don't need those jobs as well. we like to victimize everyone in this country when it comes to motivation which is being assaulted. >> you're first argument seems to be they died in a fire but they had jobs. stuart: it is funny but they chalked it up and you weren't talking in that frame of reference at all. charles: i started off ironically comparing this to the triangle -- factory fire in 1911 and gave the unions props because we did need unions and better conditions but i also said because unions did the thing on black
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